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  • Planned BWI-Cuba flights delayed until October

    Planned BWI-Cuba flights delayed until October
    Plans to begin weekly flights to Cuba from Baltimore have been pushed back to October because of lack of demand, the head of the travel company offering the service said Tuesday. The flights were to begin next month. William Hauf, president of Tampa,...
  • Havana Road paves a tasty path between Cuban culture and Towson

    Havana Road paves a tasty path between Cuban culture and Towson
    Havana Road Cuban Café has been open for less than two years, long enough to gain a following in downtown Towson simply on the merits of its Cuban cuisine. But for owner and chef Marta Inés Quintana, the restaurant, located at 8 W. Pennsylvania Ave.,...
  • From Cuba to Baltimore

    Andrés Antonio Alonso •Born: June 14, 1957, in Jovellanos, Cuba •Personal: Single; one adopted son, Joel, 33 •Residence: Fells Point •Education: Bachelor of Arts in history and English, Columbia University, 1979; Juris Doctor,...
  • Miami's archbishop asks special prayers on Easter weekend for Cuban dissident

    MIAMI Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski has asked that masses at the Our Lady of Charity shrine say special prayers this weekend for Cuban dissident Sonia Garro and two others jailed without trial since shortly before a papal mass in Havana in 2012....
  • Baseball tells the pain of Cuba

    Baseball tells the pain of Cuba
    Funny, the way we're numb to it all, numb to the everyday courage and drama and suffering. "My story?" Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria says. He shrugs at his locker. It isn't much of one, he says. It's normal, he says. Simple. But listen:...
  • T.J. Simers: Dodgers get testy about Yasiel Puig's Cuban past

    SAN FRANCISCO My sources in the Mexican drug cartel have seemed to dry up, and while I saw Cuba from a cruise ship a few years back, I couldn't get it to stop. I never got the chance to meet the helmsman from the boat that got Yasiel Puig out of Cuba...
  • Mourning and memories in Garcia Marquez's languid hometown

    By Helen Murphy ARACATACA, Colombia, April 18 (Reuters) - The sleepy Colombian town that was Gabriel Garcia Marquez's birthplace and inspired him to write "One Hundred Years of Solitude" mourned its Nobel Prize-winning author on Friday with music,...
  • Nobel winner Garcia Marquez, master of magical realism, dies at 87

    Nobel winner Garcia Marquez, master of magical realism, dies at 87
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian author whose beguiling stories of love and longing brought Latin America to life for millions of readers and put magical realism on the literary map, died on Thursday. He was 87. A prolific...
  • Venezuela's troubled times: Maduro's first year in power

    BOGOTA, Colombia Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro often says he never wanted the country's top job. Instead, the 51-year-old former union organizer and transportation worker says he's simply following the orders of the late President Hugo Chavez, who...
  • Letters: Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers and human trafficking

    Re "Puig and the Cuba embargo," Editorial, April 15 The Times hit the nail on the head in its editorial saying that the Dodgers' Yasiel Puig's harrowing escape from Cuba at the hands of human traffickers shows why the U.S. should lift its economic...
  • El mundo llora la muerte del Gabo

    El mundo llora la muerte del Gabo
    Personalidades del mundo de la cultura desde India a América, pasando por África, han lamentado el fallecimiento de Gabriel García Márquez, el más internacional de los escritores colombianos que con “Cien años de soledad” (1967) fue reconocido...
  • Sun Country's strategy: adapt, overcome, persevere

    For Sun Country Airlines, Minnesota's bitter winter was a blessing. After a mostly weak 2013, strong passenger bookings from December through March to warm and comfortable vacation spots kept the airline strong. But being in the black doesn't mask the...